Milutin Vladimir( gifted writer)
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Biography Milutin Vladimir
(1826 - 1855), younger brother of Dr.. A. and H. A. He studied in Moscow and St. Petersburg University. He received a master's degree in public law thesis: "immovable property of the clergy in Russia" (in "Reading the Moscow Society for the History and Antiquities of Russian", . 1859 - 61), . shed much light not only on the question of the patrimonial rights of the church in ancient Russia, . but on church administration and the attitude of the Russian Church to the State,
. The statement MILYUTINA kept historical comparative method. His lectures at St. Petersburg University attracts students from all faculties. He was Secretary of the Geographical Society and editor of the "Bulletin". On behalf of society Milutin, together with Zabolotskii, made in 1849. trip to the western and southern provinces of Russia for the study of some sectors of the economy, this trip gave him the idea to initiate the historical statistics of Russia, . but death prevented as this work, . and the end of the doctoral thesis "On Dyakov",
. Enhanced training undermined poor health MILYUTINA; here joined another setback in his personal life, and Milutin, searched in vain for relief from suffering at the waters abroad, shot. For the first article MILYUTINA "Workers and pauperism" (Fatherland Notes, 1846) drew on the general attention. In 1847, about the book Butovo, Milutin, in two critical articles ( "Contemporary", 1847, t. V - VII and Fatherland Notes, 1847, t. LV) was able to consistently and definitely express their views. Without denying either descriptive method of economists, . no desire to make scientific truth to life, . characteristic Socialists, . Milutin is, . that true, . the essential aim of political economy is the opening of the general, . permanent laws, . which carried the material development of societies,
. In the same article Milutin is the first Russian positivist, read "The course of positive philosophy of Comte, without any reservations. At the university youth article Milutin had a great influence. MILYUTINA Article: Malthus and His Enemies "(1847) first met Russian educated public with the teaching of the English economist.